Another Desert Island Blend thread...

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Wildcrow wrote:
Mon Apr 23, 2018 5:30 pm
Ever had unseasoned hamburgers, steak, spaghetti?

"Hey Jordan, want a steak or a hamburger?"

I'll take the dog food.
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If I could have enough for a smoke of each per day, I'd plan as such around the clock:

Morning: Red Rapparee
Mid-day: Tudor Castle (if sticking to currently available... St James' Flake)
Evening: Royal Yacht

3 blends is so hard, I'm missing so so many that I love... !
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Wildcrow wrote:
Mon Apr 23, 2018 5:30 pm
Ever had unseasoned hamburgers, steak, spaghetti?

"Hey Jordan, want a steak or a hamburger?"

I'll take the dog food.
I bet its all cooked well done too...

My desert island blends change quite a bit, but for now it'd be:

1) Summer Smoke (a blend my grandfather smoked almost exclusively blended by James and Cowans in Amarillo, Tx. I'm pretty sure it's just RPL-6 with something extra added, but I love to smoke it for nostalgia reasons and James keeps me well-supplied if I call up there about once a month)
2) Penzance (I've hoarded a little bit over the years, but it's definitely a special smoke, but if I'm on a desert island I'm going to have as much as possible)
3) Squadron Leader
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cowboysurfer201 wrote:
Tue Apr 24, 2018 12:17 am
Wildcrow wrote:
Mon Apr 23, 2018 5:30 pm
Ever had unseasoned hamburgers, steak, spaghetti?

"Hey Jordan, want a steak or a hamburger?"

I'll take the dog food.
I bet its all cooked well done too...

My desert island blends change quite a bit, but for now it'd be:

1) Summer Smoke (a blend my grandfather smoked almost exclusively blended by James and Cowans in Amarillo, Tx. I'm pretty sure it's just RPL-6 with something extra added, but I love to smoke it for nostalgia reasons and James keeps me well-supplied if I call up there about once a month)
2) Penzance (I've hoarded a little bit over the years, but it's definitely a special smoke, but if I'm on a desert island I'm going to have as much as possible)
3) Squadron Leader
Like eating a boot on bread. The dog food comes full of gravy.
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1) Hu Tobacco "Fayyum Kake"
2) Dunhill "Early Morning Pipe"
3) DTM "St. Bernard Flake"
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I'm not crazy about desert islands. I wish there were dessert islands. Now that would be something.
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Kevin Keith wrote:
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I'm not crazy about desert islands. I wish there were dessert islands. Now that would be something.
It would be like living on a giant dessert cart.
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Fr_Tom wrote:
Tue Apr 24, 2018 10:03 am
Kevin Keith wrote:
Tue Apr 24, 2018 9:59 am
I'm not crazy about desert islands. I wish there were dessert islands. Now that would be something.
It would be like living on a giant dessert cart.
or eating at a casino :lol:
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Well, if I couldn't have bacon and eggs, Engine 99, and ODF, I'd have to drown myself.
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